Several videos posted to social media on Thursday showed Bennett — known for her viral videos talking to liberals about everything from abortion to gun rights — receiving a not-so-warm welcome at the university.
— Kaitlin Bennett (@KaitMarieox) July 7, 2020
Protesters began chasing Bennett and her production and security team around campus, telling her to “get the f**k out of here.” Some were holding Black Lives Matter signs.
The unhinged violent mob of leftist lunatics eventually forced Kaitlin Bennett inside a bagel shop leaving her security team guarding the door.
Bennett’s bodyguards were forced to physically push demonstrators back after they continually tried to get inside hoping to assault the conservative lightning rod.
Imagine having such a visceral emotional reaction to Kaitlin Bennett coming to your college campus to talk about a DIFFERENT POLITICAL VIEW that you violently attack her and her bodyguards?
No way to act in civil society!
— Mike Coudrey (@MichaelCoudrey) September 10, 2020
Hysterically, the UFC puts out a statement blaming Kaitlin Bennett For The 50 Liberals Chasing Her
While conveniently overlooking the violence by their liberal lunatics. UFC instead admonished Bennett and her crew for not complying with the school’s COVID-19 regulations because they had to be told to wear face coverings.
The school also said Bennett’s group “intended to agitate” and “offended many members of our community.”
— UCF 😷 (@UCF) September 10, 2020
Of Course, the University of Central Florida LIED!
— UCF Knight News (@UCFKnightNews) September 10, 2020
Bennett takes to Twitter to expose UCF’s lies.
My head of security went to campus yesterday and walked around with @UCFPolice Commander Freeman to tell them exactly why we were coming, & be proactive in making sure this wouldn't happen. They also said they wouldn't make us wear masks, then threatened to arrest US. #DefundUCF
— Kaitlin Bennett (@KaitMarieox) September 10, 2020
Bennett also tried posting a video from her UCF nightmare, but, of course, Twitter tried blocking it.
— Kaitlin Bennett (@KaitMarieox) September 11, 2020